Google has discontinued its flagship phones Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL, which were released in October last year. Both devices are out of stock in the Google Store in the United States, although some variants are still available in other regions.

“The Google Store has sold through its inventory and has sold out the entire Pixel 4 [and] 4XL,” a Google spokesperson confirmed to Verge. “For those who are still interested in buying the Pixel 4 [and] 4XL, the product delivery from some of the partners lasts until the last minute. Software and security updates will be available for at least three years since the device first became available on the Google Store in the United States. ”

It’s unusual for Google to shut down a Pixel phone so quickly. Pixels 2 and 3 were on sale for about 18 months, and Google stopped selling almost six months after the introduction of its successors. The move means Google is no longer technically the flagship phone for sale.

It’s a technicality, though – Google introduced the new Pixel 4A earlier this week for the August 20 release, and also confirmed that the Pixel 5 and 5G-equipped 4A will arrive later this fall. Will And while the 4A is a budget device, it has better battery life, a lower bezel design, and just as good a central camera that you really prefer it over the regular Pixel 4. The Dieter came to our conclusion that the Pixel 4A makes a much stronger case for itself than other Pixel phones.